My first trial in preparing pudding ever!!!.

“Oreo Rice is a dessert dish that combines the century-old flavor of Oreo cookies with rice, the very staple of Japanese cuisine. It’s a Far East spin on an American classic with a unique texture and fantastic taste that we guarantee your whole family will enjoy, even if it does look a bit like asphalt.”

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I had a feeling this was going to back fire in my face, but on the final outcome, I can say this was an”OKAY” trial. However, there is totally room for improvement, since I am speaking of trials and almost errors or an okay outcome, I did make 4 videos using my phone while I was preparing this dish, and there is no editing whatsoever, since I cannot get my hands on a functional “windows live movie editor”. Working on that though.

I learnt about this information yesterday, while I was thinking of what to prepare hence post today. I did some digging of how or when this “Oreo rice pudding” come to be, and this is what I found.

“Back in 2012, America’s favorite cookie celebrated its 100th Birthday. Woop!!! Woop!! to you favorite cookie”.

After reading that, I dreaded to get home and get my cooking on to make  this dish and have that first bite.

Making Oreo rice pudding”

*Main ingredients*

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-5 mini- packets of oreos OR Choco rios

-1 stick of un-salted butter

-1 cup of milk

-1 cup of cooked rice OR left over rice

*Method*

  1. Using a “sufuria or skillet, on low heat, add a stick of butter to the sufuria, as it melts, immediately add in the cooked rice and the milk {at the same time}. The milk should cover the rice -but not completely. Give the rice- milk a stir, then immediately add in the oreos. Make sure it covers the milk completely. Cover the sufuria and let it simmer for 5-10 mins.

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  1. After 10 mins, the cookies will have absorbed the steam, making it completely soft and mushy. Combine the pudding together until the white of the rice is not visible.
  2. Switch off the heat, leave the pudding open for 10 min before serving.
  3. Serve while its still hot.

Final outcome:

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My pudding looks like fried brown rice, but its suppose to be black in color. Mine indicates that not enough cookies were used, but it tastes quite gooey and mildly sweet. I believe this is one of the easiest puddings.

There is a first time for everything. I am going to share my “Un-edited videos on facebook, so bare with me.

What are your thoughts on this “Oreo rice pudding”??

Love and Love

TD.

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